The Bench and Bar of Saratoga County, Or, Reminiscences of the Judiciary, and Scenes in the Court Room: From the Organization of the County to the Present Time (Google eBook)

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Waterbury & Inman, 1876 - Courts - 391 pages
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Page 284 - That the president of this meeting be requested to communicate a copy of these resolutions to the family of the deceased ; and...
Page 101 - CONVICTIONS in the Court of General Sessions of the Peace held in and for the City and County of New-York, in December 1798.
Page 56 - At the conclusion of the evidence the jury, by direction of the court, returned a verdict for the defendants, upon which judgment was rendered.
Page 350 - When the judge shall proceed to the last fatal ceremony, and demand what he has to say why the sentence of the law should not be pronounced upon him...
Page 260 - Brought up a farmer till the age of 17, deprived of the advantages of a classical education, and with a very limited knowledge of chancery law, I find myself, at the age of 38, suddenly and unexpectedly placed at the head of the judiciary of the State a situation which has heretofore been filled by the most able and experienced members of the profession.
Page 362 - Did you ever hear of a case of fainting where the party did not turn pale?" "Yes, sir." "Did you ever see such a case?
Page 260 - CHANCELLOR WALWORTH'S ADDRESS TO THE BAR, ON ASSUMING THE DUTIES OF HIS OFFICE. Delivered April 28th, 1828. Gentlemen of the Bar: IN assuming the duties of this highly responsible station, which at some future day would have been the highest object of my ambition, permit me to say, that the solicitations of my too partial friends, rather than my own inclination or my own judgment, have induced me to consent to occupy it at this time. Brought up a farmer...
Page 260 - Brought up a farmer's boy until the age of seventeen, deprived of all the advantages of a classical education, and with a very limited knowledge of chancery law, I find myself at the age of thirty-eight suddenly and unexpectedly placed at the head of the judiciary of the State; a situation which heretofore has been filled by the most able and experienced members of the profession.
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